Review | The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

Kestrel has always had two life choices: join the military or get married. Being the General’s daughter, military life seems like a given, but Kestrel’s heart isn’t in it. And despite a possibility of a desirable match with a good friend, Kestrel’s heart isn’t really into the idea of getting married either. While in the […]

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion is More than a Barrel of Laughs

Read this book. Soon. If you don’t laugh your way through The Rosie Project, by Graeme Simsion, you might need to get your head checked. Don Tillman is a professor of genetics at a university somewhere in Australia, short on charm and high on organization. His life is well-organized and efficiently measured rhythm, and he […]

Review | To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

Lara Jean is a bit of a romantic; a pragmatic one though. Whenever she likes a boy with whom, for whatever reason it doesn’t work out, she writes them a love note. Lara Jean’s love notes are actually much more than just love notes, they are more of a purging of her love so she […]

Review | Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Sophomores in 1986, Eleanor and Park is the story of two star-crossed misfits. Eleanor is an overweight red head who comes from a broken home, and Park is a Korean loner or sorts. Park unwillingly makes room for Eleanor (the new kid) to sit by him on the bus. Days and weeks pass without Eleanor […]

Review | The Host by Stephenie Meyer

2013 A to Z Challenge: Letter H = The Host With the recent release of the movie The Host, I thought I’d share my thoughts about the book. I’m a little conflicted about how I should review this book. Stephenie Meyer gets such a bad wrap in literary circles and sometimes to say you like […]